Students enrolled in doctoral programs in other departments of the University of Toronto whose research is of interest to the Centre may apply to be appointed as Junior Fellows at the Centre for Criminology & Sociolegal Studies. Junior fellows have long been integral to the Centre’s mission and have enriched the Centre over the years.
Students enrolled in doctoral programs at other universities may apply to be appointed as Visiting Junior Fellows if their research interests or work with faculty members make it sensible for an affiliation to be created.
Those interested in applying to be a Junior Fellow, or a Visiting Junior Fellow, must send a curriculum vitae, as well as a letter detailing their research interests and how they would benefit from being affiliated with the Centre, to Jessica Chlebowski, Graduate Program Administrator, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Appointment is normally for a one-year period and may be renewed. All requests for renewal must be submitted in writing on an annual basis to the Graduate Coordinator.
For more information, see the Graduate Handbook